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Penser l'éducation de l'anthropocène : conditions de possibilités d'une culture de l'engagement

Abstract : The entry of the contemporary world into the Anthropocene would impose on the world of education to participate in the changes under way in order to enable the public, in their cultural and geopolitical diversity, to meet the resulting challenges. It would be a question of putting the school at the service of societal transformation by means of a culture of commitment. In the French-speaking world, these educational changes take the form of "educations à", a set of educational pathways that target young people’s commitment and the development of competencies for sustainability. However, these educations are not in itself the source of a virtuous transformation of the School put at the service of that, just as virtuous, of a societal transformation : everything depends on the finalities retained. If we accept the principle of a commitment based on the free expression of individual and collective choices, then there is need to think about the conditions of possibility of such a project. This article aims to discuss on an epistemological and curricular level these conditions as "curriculum tags" to think about these educational pathways.
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Jean-Marc Lange, Sonia Kebaïli. Penser l'éducation de l'anthropocène : conditions de possibilités d'une culture de l'engagement. Education et socialisation - Les cahiers du CERFEE, Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2019, 51, ⟨10.4000/edso.5674⟩. ⟨hal-02870126⟩

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